I Love You More Than Star Wars card above is sold out at the moment, but there are plenty of others to chose from! ( My fav.) Geekalicious! ( via)
Darth Vader gets the
Mad Men treatment in this parody by Dann Matthews. ( via)
Amanda Collier makes nerd-inspired custom-blended nail polish that she sells on Etsy in her
Nerd Lacquer shop. They’re pretty heavy on the glitz and glitter – be sure to take a closer look at the Star Wars line (above,) A Glitter Far, Far Away.
My personal favorite, color-wise, is the Doctor Who collection,
Mad Man with a Box. There are also collections inspired by , Firefly , Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Monty Python, and more. The polishes go for $8 each, or in sets of three for $24. Star Trek
Artist Jenn Hall’s
great Artoo bike helmet has been making the rounds. (Of course there’s a how-to.) She was even Geekadelphia’s Geek of the Week.
Club Jade tends to keep it simple when we do piñatas (Death Star,
Alderaan) so I can’t help but be charmed by these two far more complicated Star Wars ones – the and a Millennium Falcon TIE fighter – by Etsy seller Antonio Sanchez. ( via)
Adrian Prazen is offering four Star Wars cuffs on Etsy. He has Rebel Alliance, Jedi, Sith and Imperial logos. There’s also one from Doctor Who. ( via)
We’ve seen plenty of Yoda
pastries over the years, but this has gotta be a first: Galaxy Master Burlesque Pasties by Etsy seller PrettyInPasties.
Fanmade. Check out this version of Tenel Ka’s rancor tooth lightsaber by Heather ( @hexterah) who dressed up as the character at DragonCon.)
Riptide. Paul S. Kemp broke out another brief excerpt from his on Friday. Crosscurrent sequel
Comics. Dark Horse has revealed the cover to ; Writer Legacy: War #2 John Jackson Miller talks at The Sci-Fi Block. Knight Errant
Further reading. EU Cantina has a new column by Chris ( @VileZero) and so far he’s addressed the Darth Plagueis novel and upcoming comics as well as some gaming/ Clone Wars stuff. Check it out.
Street date shuffle. It was a slow news week, so Random House moving Denning’s Fate of the Jedi: Vortex up a week got a lot of ink. Still months away, but I did update our book schedule.
Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter (
@clubjade) for updates and discussion.
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